Officially Old

Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by Gershom, Jan 9, 2005.

  1. Gershom

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    Well, I knew the day would come. I had to break down and purchase a Large Print Bible. Kinda nice to put away the reading glasses.

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  2. BruceB

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    Don't worry about the "old part" you will love the large print. I have gotten to the point that if its not large print I don't buy it.
     
  3. HankD

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    For a while anyway.

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  4. rjprince

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    Hey, guys, getting old sure beats the alternative -- dying young!

    Also should add that although I am growing older, no one can make me grow upper!
     
  5. Plain Old Bill

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    You're not old until Estelle Getty on the Golden Girls starts looking good to you.
     
  6. Deacon

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    I'm still not able to open my large print Bible to a particular verse just by opening it up, I have to flip through the pages.

    I put aside those glasses for a while but the pastor began getting fuzzy too.

    We had a 90+ year old woman in our office that complained to her physician that she thought her best years were behind her.

    He asked, "So when were those best years?"

    She answered, "Between 45 and 85". [​IMG]

    Rob
     

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